Hereditary is one of the scariest films in years.
A nerve-shreddingly tense creature feature elevated above its genre peers by its unapologetically potent humanist streak, John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place opened the SXSW Film Festival last night on a decided high note.
Red Sparrow features a great performance from Jennifer Lawrence, but it doesn't soar.
They Remain creates a great sense of mood, but its pacing is a serious problem.
Golden Exits is the least clean and most overwritten of Alex Ross Perry's filmography, resulting in a mostly suffocating mood where everything is explained (even the title).
Come for Die Hard in a cabin starring Jason Momoa, stay for the axes being thrown into faces.
Phantom Thread is another well-woven marvel from Paul Thomas Anderson.
Jessica Chastain and Aaron Sorkin together are a cinephile's dream.
Aaron Sorkin's fine directorial debut is given assurance and confidence by Jessica Chastain.
The crowd for Hostiles isn't going to be a large one, but those amenable to it will find much to appreciate.
The Last Jedi is a true feast for the eyes, making for quite possibly the most gorgeous installment in the entire Star Wars franchise.
The Shape of Water is a whimsical pleasure, but it has limited upside.